January 2016

Students of the Week January 29, 2016

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photo Mr. Gappmayer

Hobble Creek Students of the Week for January 29, 2016 are:  Brylie Sperry, Logan Davis, Cohen Sonnenberg, Hadyn Haslem, Luke Fielding, marina Nicol, Vivian Sweat, Lucy McCown, Shayden Steele, Olivia Brady, Ari Frixione, Taite Jackson, Matthew Rex, Lukas Franks, Olivia Smith, Jasmin Young, Sulie Lauaki, Landon Willson, Amanda Griffin, Isaac Holiday, Louisa Scott, Samantha Brady.

Chess Club/ Nebo District Tournmanent

 

We had a very successful Chess Tournament at Art City Elementary this last Saturday. Twenty Five of our Elementary Schools were represented.  Hobble Creek students won the 2nd place trophyOn February 13 will be the Nebo School District Chess Tournament, held for Elementary, Junior High and High School Students at Cherry Creek Elementary in Springville.The Early Registration deadline is this Saturday the 30th of January .

    

Chess Tournament for Elementary, Jr. High, and High School

Mrs. Bartholomew a Hobble Creek Treasure

Mrs. Barthlomew has been a teacher for 31 years.  After one of those years a parent came to her to say that being in Mrs. Bartholomew's class had saved her daughter's life.  The student hated school and wanted to drop out in 4th grade.  In the class she felt important to her fellow students and to the teacher.  This student went on to high school and is now married with children of her own.  Mrs. Bartholomew creates a safe place for her students and cares about who they are and their progress.

Students of the Week January 22, 2016

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Hobble Creek Students of the Week for January 22, 2016:  Elise Green, Brigette Murphy, Timothy Evans, Chantel Wall, Lincoln Thomas, Milja Henke, Evelyn Ames, David Jensen , Jonas McCown, Trace Chistensen, Anna Griffitts, Rachel Miyagi, Gavin Gulley, Cutler Christensen, Jackson Kunz, Halle Murphy, Andelin Barlow, Wynter Smith, James Lowe, Austin Mertz, Bridger Murdoch

Internet Safety Week

The week begins with  presentations by Jason Parkinson of Netzsmart.  Rules presented for the younger students were: 1. Do not give our you personal information, 2. If you feel something online is confusing or makes you uncomfortable, tell a trusted adult, 3.  Never meet someone face to face offline that you met online. 4. Don't post rude or mean statements or photos.  

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